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in a slow, leisurely or prolonged way

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He laid aside his coat and hat gently, lingeringly, as though he had time and to spare for everything, or as though he were taking leave of them for ever, and came over to the fire and held out his hands to the quick, leaping flame.
A certain Miss Morrison is lingeringly noted for her wide eyes and blonde hair in the tale of The Crooked Man--"and yet", Holmes adds, "I found her by no means wanting in shrewdness and common-sense"--while the three Cushing sisters of The Adventure of the Cardboard Box are given a respectful but searching once-over, in a sort of Edwardian gothic-literary take on the Judgment of Paris.
Not lingeringly, no more than a glance, and barely a fleeting one at that, but still it was enough to give me a boner.
Food for thought, then, for Martinez, although the decision of referee Kevin Friend not to award Seamus Coleman a second-half penalty left a lingeringly bitter aftertaste.
Chile - lighter acidity than the NZ - but both lingeringly fruity juicy.
Malvedos 79, still powerful, elegant and sweet; Cavadinha 79 floral, figgy and elegant; Malvedos 65 wonderfully intense, spicy and sweet; Bomfim 65 even spicier; Malvedos 58 an enticing mix of caramel, walnuts and raisins and Malvedos 50, lingeringly spicy and astonishingly full of life.
During my Bachelor of Arts studies at La Trobe University, I meandered lingeringly through sections of the Collected Works of Karl Jung (instead of reading my English texts
The story of Dr Hawley Harvey Crippen, Belle Elmore, and Ethel Le Neve, invokes memories of the pioneering days of wireless, of the last surviving Edwardian music-halls, and lingeringly Victorian Holloway; John Reginald Halliday Christie, recalls sleazy Rillington Place, out-at-elbows Notting Hill, and the shabby, penny-pinched, post-war world of the nineteen-fifties.
So he kissed her and she put one red-sleeved arm lingeringly on his shoulder.
Thus when Tennyson re-invokes a wondering world in the final stanza of the poem, right before the injunction to honor and the designation of nobility attempt to bring to a halt the gallop of the verses and fix their significance, the meaning of "wonder" comes across as lingeringly ambiguous--not just indicating awe, but also suggesting a perplexed and questioning stance.
Despite her then avowed atheism, Stein had from the start even more in common with the "Angelic Doctor" than Husserl or Heidegger because, instead of relegating God as they did to the wholly other, transcendent sphere--to "otherwise than being," as contemporary, break-through theologians like Karl Barth would also do--she refused such lingeringly binary habits of thinking in their work.
Together the two books make a vital, original, and lingeringly discomfiting contribution to transnational United States history.
Ellen and Eden and Susan and as Mrs Burns lingeringly turns the page there are Ginny and Mary and Gail, Marian, Isabel, Carol, Liz, Ray and Jackie, Alice, Betsey, Suzanne, Susan, Ginger and Brooks and Katie and Candy.
Mayhew (acted with gruff dignity by Edwin McDonough), Webb preens lingeringly over Vole's good looks in a not-so-subtle attempt to gain his attention until Sir Wilfred gives her an admonishing look.
There will be clues in the way that you play with your hair, touch their arm or gaze lingeringly into their eyes.